I believe play is essential in a child’s development. It is during “play”, when a child interacts with other children. It is when they use their creativity and make friends. But also with play, children are free to express themselves, and make their own rules when it comes down to playing. Personally “play” has helped me become the person, who I am today. With “play”, I was able to express my creativity freely the way I wanted to. And it also helped me to socialize with other people by making friends instead of becoming socially awkward. “I think it's extremely important, depending on the setting whether they are with playing alone or with other children, either way playing alone I feel like it helps them express their imagination, learning who they are and becoming their own person. When it comes to playing with other kids I think it helps them learn how to share and learn how to interact with others.” –Nicole Carroll, Mother of 1 “I think it is actually important for people of all ages to play. Obviously the activities vary greatly depending on one age level/maturity, but everyone needs the opportunity to relax and be creative. In the early childhood setting it is absolutely crucial. I believe this is how children begin to form their likes and dislikes. It is generally where they learn to socialize and interact with other children. More importantly, it is an opportunity for them to express their creativity. I think in our modern world we have become so obsessed with testing and achievement that we have completely forgotten just how important it is to play.” –Karl Smith, English Department Faculty, Plainfield North High School “I think that "play" is very important in the development of a child. The socialization aspect for a
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I believe the purpose of education and schooling are to better our children and future adults. This will help the children to become sophisticated adults. Those adults can then have good jobs and better our nation.
I encourage children to learn and grow by providing them the developmentally appropriate experiences where all children can succeed in a safe and nurturing environment.
Business Ethics: Moral Philosophies
Business Ethics: Moral Philosophies
Christopher Robertson stated in his article:
“Business ethics researchers have made significant progress toward the goal of attaining a deeper understanding of the ethical decision-making process (Cullen et al., 2004; Hosmer, 2000). Scholars have studied numerous influential factors and theories related to ethical decision making such as individual ethical values, moral intensity, situational factors…
educational philosophy statement. It represents my ideas and values about teaching and learning; it reveals my personal teaching beliefs and their relation to the five major established educational philosophies; it shows my role and responsibilities in educational process. I place great significance on personal style of instruction and its influence on curriculum implementation. The paper also highlights my career aspiration and orientation.
Personal Educational Philosophy
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My Educational Philosophy
“Education is growth and the focal point for the individual as well as society; it is a never-ending process of life and the more refined the guiding philosophy the better the quality of educational process (Ornstein, Pajak, & Ornstein, 2011).” This statement was made evident during my 12th grade language arts class. During this course, we were given a research project where we had to create a business, tell what product or service we would providing to the community,…
Solutions, the business products and services, and its customers through a mission statement. In this paper, a vision statement created for this organization will show what I envision the business will become. The principles and values of this company define from personal values. The values described will show how they fit into the companies operating procedures and operating practices. The vision and mission statements will show how they guide the strategic direction of the company. Finally, this…
“PHILOSOPHY AND LIFE IS WHAT YOU MAKE OF IT”
December 9, 2007
Wow, we’re finally at the end of our exploration into the world of philosophy. It been quite a long road for me but I made it through it all. Exploring this world that I had little knowledge of has broadened my horizon in the subject of philosophy. As we began we asked our selves “What is Philosophy? Philosophy is knowledge which is desirable in itself of those truths which can…
detour to France. Pangloss’s philosophy is that all is for the best in this “best of all possible worlds.” Martin is more believable than the other major characters in the novel, not because he is more complex, but because he is more intelligent and more likely to draw conclusions with which we can identify. A scholar who has suffered personal and financial setbacks, Martin is as extreme a pessimist as Pangloss is an optimist. He even takes issue with Candide’s statement that “there is some good” in…
Romantics. These people saw nature as a work of art.
Religion, like always, played a part in art even during the Romantic Period. Because the Age of Enlightenment help release the tight choke religion had a society, it allowed artist to feel free to play around with religion. This showed that the Enlightenment and Romantic movements were about to coexist with change.
Individualism became one of the main base principles in this period. Before Romanticism, people were who they were born into including:…
Forma Financial Statement is a “Projected or estimated financial statement that attempts to present a reasonably accurate idea of what a firm's financial situation would be if the present trends continue or certain assumptions hold true.” (www.businessdictionary.com)
”A budget is defined as the formal expression of plans, goals, and objectives of management that covers all aspects of operations for a designated time period.” (Budgeting Basics)
By using the budgets and pro-forma statements, we were able…
individuals coaching philosophy. Every coaches philosophy is different, they use them as their guidelines to tell them what to do and how everything should be done. So never assume that a coach doesn’t like you, every coach’s goal is to become better and live by his or her philosophy. I feel that the evidence I found in these articles fit what I am trying to prove that no two coaches are the same and they all handle stress differently. Its all about who has the better philosophy and who knows how to…